Quebec records a record temperature in November
The temperature in the Canadian province of Quebec topped 23 degrees Celsius in the city of Montreal the day before yesterday, an unprecedented rate that is 15 degrees above average, as confirmed by the Environment Ministry. The previous record was set on November 10, 2020 when the temperature reached 22.4 degrees.
“This is the first time we’ve recorded a similar temperature in November since we started recording data,” said Dominic Martel, weather forecaster at Environment Canada. The penultimate record is from November 1948, when the temperature reached 21.7 degrees.
Temperatures have been gradually rising since the beginning of the week due to a mass of warm air blowing from the southern United States. Meteomedia TV meteorologist Patrick Duplessis confirmed that the heatwave will not last long as “a shift into winter is expected towards the middle of the month… and this could mean the first snowfall of the season in Montreal and surrounding areas with temperatures close to zero.” “percent”.
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